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It was a big learning curve for Dickinson, who beat the famed James DeGale in the Junior ABA finals, and a couple of years later with the cruiser division now established he became an Senior ABA champion.
On December 7, 1941, he was Commander Cruiser Division Five, attached to an aircraft carrier battle force commanded by Halsey.
In the Cruiser Division, Bermuda Oyster was overall winner, bringing a sweet victory to hometown fans in the island nation.
The Colgate 26 Sailing Club, based at South Seas Resort offers unlimited use of this award-winning class, designated "Boat of the Year" in the pocket cruiser division by Cruising World magazine.
To make the Olympics, Jon-Lewis will have to revert to heavyweight as the cruiser division unbelievably is not recognised at world level.
Cruiser Division Two: 1st Millaire (A Marston), Dee.
Success in the cruiser divisions went to John Jones from Royal Welsh and Tom Edge and Martin Ellis from Port Dinorwic.